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SubjectRe: [2.4.17/18pre] VM and swap - it's really unusable
Hi!

> > exhausted...) What sound output device DOESN'T have this much cache? (You
> > mentioned USB speakers in your diary at one point, which seemed to be like
> > those old "paralell port cable plus a few resistors equals sound output"
> > hacks...)
>
> Umm no USB audio is rather good. USB sends isosynchronous, time guaranteed
> sample streams down the USB bus, to the speakers where the A to D is clear
> of the machine proper.

Actually usb speakers are *very* sensitive to latency, and when they drop
out,they drop out for half a second...
Pavel

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